The Certified Professional of Occupancy (CPO) course is a comprehensive program offered by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) for property management staff in affordable developments, including LIHTC. It is the only occupancy course that covers the HUD 4350.3 Handbook in its entirety, with specific handbook references cited in the margins of the course text.
Gwen Volk with INFOCUS will give an overview of the areas of difference when LIHTC, HOME, Section 8, Bond, and RD programs are blended plus a closer look at managing the differences in student eligibility rules, treatment of over-income households, and rent calculation.
Join JAHMA for this Breakfast Meeting on April 19 where we will discuss documentation fraud with Jamie Borodin. With instances of fraud related to proof of identity and proof of income on the rise, it’s ever important to be able to effectively spot legitimate and fraudulent documentation.
The IRS 8823 Guide lists the 17 types of non-compliance that state agencies must report to the IRS. In this webinar Gwen Volk with INFOCUS will cover the common mistakes that lead to non-compliance, how to avoid them, how to repair them if they occur and the penalties that are incurred for each.
The current version of TRACS, 202D, is being upgraded to 203A in order for HUD to accept data from Multifamily Housing (MFH) business partners that complies with updated policies and procedures. This webinar is being offered in order to prepare users for the updates that will be made to the TRACS system with TRACS Release 203A.
To accurately resolve discrepancies, you must be able to interpret the EIV Income Detail Report and the EIV Income Discrepancy Report.
In this webinar, participants will learn the proper methods of documenting resident files for any type of tenant violations. Heather Staggs with STAR Momentum will discuss a series of different infractions, the types of documentation needed and the proper language to use when documenting your resident files.
NAHMA Presents Key People Skills for Property Management Staffers: Communicating with Confidence. Whether it is a conversation with a coworker, resident or contractor, an email going out to a group of people or report being written to share information on an important topic, communicating effectively can be a challenge.
The Future of Fair Housing Regulation Enforcement Under the New Administration
Sponsored by JAHMA and IREM NJ Chapter No. 1
April 11, 2017 | 9 a.m.-Noon
Maplewood Country Club | 28 Baker Street, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Registration & Networking Breakfast begins at 9 a.m.
Program follows at 10 a.m.
Presented by Kathleen A. Walrod, Esq., Law Office of Kathleen A. Walrod
The presentation will center on changes in Fair Housing regulations and enforcement for Section 8 and market rate housing under the new administration and Secretary Carson. One issue will be the future of the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule. Strategies for housing providers to use to insure that they are protected from Fair Housing Complaints as rules change will also be discussed.
Ms. Walrod has had experience in the area of public housing, representing over 15 major low, moderate and senior Housing Projects throughout Hudson and Essex Counties; serving as General Counsel for the Bayonne Housing Authority. In the past, the firm has served as General Counsel for the Union City Housing Authority and as tenancy counsel to the Jersey City Housing Authority. Her firm has worked with HUD assisted buildings throughout the State of New Jersey in both the public, non-profit and private sector.
Join us for this informative 2-hour webinar where we will examine HUD's Final Rule, Streamlining Administrative Regulations for Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher, Multifamily Housing, and Community Planning and Development Programs, which was effective April 7, 2016.
This session will address the issues surrounding assistance animals; what is an assistance animal, the difference between service animals and companion animals, what information and documentation an applicant or tenant must supply to obtain permission to have an assistance animal and when such a request can be denied.